Fighting Street (Turbo Grafx CD-ROM): most underrated opening theme ever?

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Fighting Street (Turbo Grafx CD-ROM): most underrated opening theme ever?

Postby Zap! » Mon Jul 13, 2015 9:57 pm

Ever since I first got Fighting Street (Street Fighter I) for my Turbo Grafx CD-ROM in 1990, I have always thought that the initial music (when you are selecting the countries) is one of the greatest opening themes ever in a video game. Am I crazy or does anyone agree? You decide:

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